Rooms at this motel are comparatively small and the bathroom, including bath/tub with shower over is also small with little space to put personal toiletries. Woodwork is dark with older style fittings so the overall suggestion is more of a European hotel. The bed, white duvet and crisp sheets, is comfortable with soft pillows. Everywhere was very clean and efficient, which you expect at the price. After 3 weeks travelling in the US we dispair of finding air conditioning which isn't so noisy you have to turn it off to sleep. In Europe we like cool rooms and the opportunity to open windows whatever the weather! B/fast is good with a wide choice of hot and cold foods. We ate at the Renezvous Bistro next door. Nothing in Jackson is cheap, and when we came into town at 6pm the chain motels were full. Our walkin price at the Hampton was more than twice the price at the M6 next door, but that has little more than upgraded camp beds and a cubby hole for a shower etc. We swallowed hard,and considered whether, over the 13 years we have been travelling all over the US, the costs of accommodation and fuel have rocketed too much for us to continue crossing the "pond".